Tina Mancuso

Associate Professor
Mathematics

Contact Information
Phone: (518) 292-1755
Email: mancut@sage.edu
Office: 206 Froman Hall, Albany Campus

Education

MA., Mathematics – University at Albany
MS., Education – State University of New York at Oswego
BS., Mathematics Education- State University of New York at Oswego

Teaching Responsibilities

  • College Algebra
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus I and II
  • Applied Statistics
  • Math for Visual Learner
  • Educational Technology for the Mathematics Classroom

Department Responsibilities

Mathematics Program Coordinator, Sage College of Albany

Advising Responsibilities

Advisor for Math transfer credit, Sage College of Albany
Academic advisor for approximately 5 students a year

College Responsibilities

Member of Institutional Resources Committee

Honors/Awards

NSF S-STEM (Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at Sage – awarded funding from the National Science Foundation in fall 2007 for a four-year scholarship program to run fall 2008 through spring 2012 for students majoring in STEM fields, Co-principal investigator with Deb Lawrence

Girls Excited about Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (GE2McS) awarded funding from Charitable Leadership Foundation in Fall 2003 for a six-year multi-faceted program to encourage young women to pursue careers in engineering, mathematics, and computer science, Principal investigator with Deb Lawrence

NSF – SIMACS (Scholarships In Mathematics And Computer Science) at Sage – awarded funding from National Science Foundation in Fall 2001 for four-year scholarship program to run Fall 2002 through Spring 2006 for students majoring in mathematics or computer science, Co-principal investigator with Deb Lawrence and Enid Burrows.

The Sage Colleges & Doyle Middle School Technology-Based Mathematics Enrichment Program – awarded funding for the 2004-2005 academic year from the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust and Troy Savings Bank Foundations for a one-year program to provide technology-based enrichment activities to female students at Doyle Middle School who demonstrate an aptitude in mathematics and/or computer science, Co-principal investigator with Deb Lawrence

Sonia Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Days - awarded funding from Association for Women in Mathematics in Spring 1999 and 2001 for programs in October 1999 and 2001, Principal investigator with Deb Lawrence.

Girls And Math Equal Success (GAMES) - awarded funding from MAA/Tensor Foundation in Spring 1999 and 2001 for programs in October 2000 and 2002, Co-principal investigator with Deb Lawrence.

Included in the 2008-2009 Edition of Who’s Who of American Women

Included in the 2005 -2006 Edition of Who’s Who in America

Professional Activities

  • Program co-director with Deb Lawrence for Girls Excited about Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (GE2McS) program
  • Program co-director with Deb Lawrence for Scholarships in Mathematics, Engineering and Technology (SIMETS) program and Scholarships in Mathematics and Computer Science (SIMACS) program at Sage
  • Program co-director with Deb Lawrence for Girls and Math Equal Success (GAMES) and Sonia Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Days programs

Memberships

Phi Delta Kappa
Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State

Other Interests

Family Time, Skiing, Walking and Reading